Health and Wellness Resolutions for the Elderly

Kaleigh GagnierHome Care for Seniors

It can be easy to lose track of what we are supposed to be doing to stay healthy. Life is busy, after all, and between work, family, and other obligations, it’s hard to make time for everything we need to do. That can especially be the case when it’s not just your own health you’re looking after, but also that … Read More

Is It Time for In-Home Care? Recognizing the signs.

Kaleigh GagnierAlzheimer's Disease, Home Care for Seniors, Senior Home Care - For Independent Living

As we ourselves age, so too do our parents. As adults we often find ourselves becoming the caretakers of others, paying back the loving dedication and care we received as children. Aging parents, however, can sometimes present unique challenges that you may not be equipped to handle. While caring for a loved one can be a rewarding and unique bonding … Read More

Talking About In-Home Care with Your Loved One

Kaleigh GagnierHome Care for Seniors

For anyone with aging parents, you know that any decline in health and capability can be difficult to address. If your parent’s home is not as tidy as it used to be, or they can’t remember when to take their medication, that’s worrying. They may even not be eating very well anymore because cooking is more difficult for them. For … Read More

Outdoor Activities for Seniors to Enjoy

Kaleigh GagnierActivities

Many seniors love the outdoors, and getting outside is great for their health, both physical and emotional. There are many outdoor activities that a senior can enjoy, and as a caretaker there are activities you can help them with outside, and maybe enjoy yourself as well! Below, you can learn about several outdoor activities that you and your loved one … Read More

Healthy and Happy, how do we get there?

Debi BernishHealthy Diet for SeniorsLeave a Comment

“It is health that is real wealth and not pieces of gold and silver.”  Mahatma Gandhi When we were young, running around doing cartwheels in the grass and jumping off the swing set, we had little concern about our health. As we have aged, we have very active friends who are in better health then us, and sadly some who … Read More

Who Stole the Cookie from the Cookie Jar?

Lisa McLeod-LofquistAlzheimer's DiseaseLeave a Comment

Ray lives alone in a single-story, 2 bedroom home with his jack terrier, who never seems to stop barking. Ray has terminal lung cancer.  He is a quiet man who is humble and asks very little.  Ray was treated for his cancer but when it became apparent the cancer had continued to spread at an aggressive pace he declined ongoing treatment.  … Read More